Golden Age Appearances of the Earth-Two Flash (1940-1955)

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Issue

Cover Appearance?

Comment

Reprinted In

All-American Comics #74

No

"We Warned You" - makes a 3 panel cameo to bail out the Three Numbskulls


All-Flash #1

Yes

I:(no title) - thwarts criminals using scientist's formula to petrify people, II: (No title) - vs. the Monocle (not Hawkman foe), III:(no title) - vs. crooks in Oklahoma, IV:(no title) - foils criminals targeting hockey team

Golden Age Flash Archives #2

All-Flash #2

Yes

(no title) - solves the mystery of the Threat, a small time criminal who uses prison time to master various disciplines to achieve revenge

Golden Age Flash Archives #2

All-Flash #3

Yes

(no title) - vs. Adam Adams, an evil scientist


All-Flash #4

Yes

"Tale of the Time Capsule" - helps out a professor who has invented time traveling pills who is being exploited by crooks.


All-Flash #5

Yes

"The Case of The Patsy Colt" - captures crooks at a horse race


All-Flash #6

Yes

“The Ray That Changed Men’s Souls” – The three nitwits find a machine that alters the personalities of men and attract the attention of criminals Big Louie and Trigger Tom.


All-Flash #7

Yes

“House of Horrors” –  Crooks infiltrate a group of actors to cover a murder.


All-Flash #8

Yes

"Formula to Fairyland"- The Flash helps get a boy through surgical recovery by telling him a story of Flash’s adventures in a Fairy Tale dimension that may or may not be true.


All-Flash #9

Yes

"Adventure of the Stolen Telescope" - The Flash recaptures telescope from Nazis, "Into the Looking Glass" - prevents crooks from exploiting 4th dimension accessed via special mirror


All-Flash #10

Yes

"Case of the Curious Cat" - an adventure with a magical cat that makes wishes come true


All-Flash #11

Yes

"Troubles Come in Doubles" - Flash meets the Flash of another "earth' called Karma. Three Nitwits are dictatorial super-villains on the Planet Karma, I: Evart Kennan


All-Flash #12

Yes

"Tumble INN to Trouble" - I:Thinker, vs. the Thinker


All-Flash #13

Yes

"Campaign Against the Flash" - When the Flash has been declared a menace, the three nitwits manufacture the identity of MuscleMan to cover.

DC 100-Page Spectacular #22

All-Flash #14

Yes

“April Fool’s Novelette” – vs. the Thinker, GL Cameo, “Empire” – captures Racketeer Norman Empire, I: Deuces Wild

"Norman" -Greatest Golden Age Stories Ever Told

All-Flash #15

Yes

"Secrets of the Stranger"- thwarts an extortionist calling himself 'The Clue Sleuth", "Under the Sorcerer's Spell" - captures Shrimpo the Great, a criminal European hynotist, "Worry, Worry, Everywhere" - captures a crooked scientist who infected people with a worry-free germ


All-Flash #16

Yes

"Five Clues to Crime" - vs. the ganglord known as the Sinister


All-Flash #17

Yes

"Tales of the Three Wishes" - rounds up crooks who escape jail after using lucky idol, “ The Energetic Elephant” – Breaks up Rats Rannigan’s gang after the nitwits win a hollow elephant, “The Matching Men from Mars” – crooks fall for a promotional scam about fourth dimensional movies


All-Flash #18

Yes

"The Hotel of Missing Men" - finds that guests at hotel are being framed, "Ladies Day at the Amusement Park" - catches crooks disguised as women, "The Flash has the Time of his Life" - loses Liars Club tall-tale telling championship


All-Flash #19

Yes

"The Mummy Case and the Wooden Man" - Mummy animated by Egyptian goddess Isis and taken advantage of by crooks, "No Rest at the Rest Home" - Rescure the 3 fools from criminals at a nursing home, "The Talisman in the Tapestry" - Finds a tapestry with the secret of eternal life (but not eternal health)


All-Flash #20

Yes

"The Tell-Tale Telescope" - captures crooks on a phony Martian landscape, "The Forumula for Wealth" - rescures Professor Potter from crooks who want his youth formula, "School Days im Suburbia" - helps out the three nitwits when the run afoul of crooks at a school


All-Flash #21

Yes

"The Man with the Touch of Gold" - prevents Monk Holmes from exploiting an Indian treasure cave that turns things to gold, (Untitled) - I: The Turtle, vs. The Turtle, "A Sock at Christmas Time" - captures crooks at a Christmas Party


All-Flash #22

Yes

"The City of the Shifting Sand" - vs. Silicon Men, "Deal Me from the Bottom" - vs. Aces Wolfe, Dueces Wilde appears, “The Money Doubler” – The nitwits attract crooks with a machine that “doubles” money.

"Deal" -DC Super-Stars #5, "Sand" -Four Star Spectacular #1

All-Flash #23

Yes

“The City of Honest Crooks” – vs Jarvis, a crook scientist with a “blue ray” that makes men honest. “The Bad Men of Bar-None” – Three nitwits run into crooks at a rodeo, “A World with Two Futures” – Evart Keenan returns to get Flash’s aid again to save Karma from sliding into primitivism.


All-Flash #24

Yes

"Saga of Sadness" - Makes a sad guy happy, "Appointment with Destiny" - defeats an evil king, "Fourth Dimensional Follies" - defeats an evil guy from the 4th Dimension


All-Flash #25

Yes

"The Flash Cuts A Rug" - captures crooks at a dance, "The Mermaid and the Dopes" - A rescued mermaid becomes a tangle for the three cretins, "The Man Who Led Two Lives" - Gets mixed up with an ex-con who hires an actor to impersonate him


All-Flash #26

Yes

"The Secret of the Criminal Cake" - breaks up a criminal ring passing plans baked in pies, "The Man Who Talked Too Much" - criminal Shrimp Coogan has a plate in his head that picks up others' though, a fact he turns to criminal purposes, "Mrs. Bramley's Boarding House" - breaks up crooks operating our of a boarding house while avoiding it's amorous owner


All-Flash #27

Yes

"The Thinker Cooks with Gas" - vs. the Thinker, “Fight over Fish/Boating can be bad business” vs. Eraser Eddie and Hijack, narrated by Deuces Wilde


All-Flash #28

Yes

"That's Right, You're Wrong"– stops crooks exploiting a well-meaning guys intentions to rob an airplane factory,  “The Disappearing Diamonds” – Jay Garrick framed for Diamond theft, “The Comeback Trail” – helps a washed up vaudeville star get back at crooks who exploiting his gambling


All-Flash #29

Yes

"The Thousand-Year Old Terror"- I: Black Templars, vs. The Black Templars, "Accidents by Appointment"- breaks up crooked insurance racket, "The Secret in the Chest"- thwarts crooks after contents of explorers chest


All-Flash #30

Yes

"Anything Can Happen" - Flash Impersonated, "The Vanishing Snowman" - Joan Garrick framed for murder by crooked cousin, "The Land beyond the Picture" - Liars Club

"Anything" - Flash #216

All-Flash #31

Yes

"The Secret City" - I:Secret City, a hidden city where the inhabitants can project duplicates of themselves, "Twisted Destinies"- an accident causes a prize fighter and a bank clerk to switch bodies and run afoul of gangster, "The Planet of Sport" - Flash, Joan and visiting Olympians kidnapped to alien gladiator planet

"Secret" - Flash #229,  The Flash: A Celebration of 75 years, "Planet of Sport" - The Flash: A Celebration of 75 years

All-Flash #32

Yes

"Duet of Danger" - I:The Fiddler, vs. the Fiddler, "Crime, Incorporated" - vs. The Thinker, "The Amazing Star Sapphire" - I:Star Sapphire, vs. Star Sapphire

(Fiddler) - Flash #160, (Star Sapphire)- Flash Annual #1, Flash #1 Annual Replica Edition (2001)

All-Star Comics #1

Yes

(no title) - captures "Clutch" Widdles, the murderer of Widow Jones, deputized by the Keystone Police in the story

Flashback #22

All-Star Comics #2

Yes

(no title) - "The Boss" takes newspaper hostage

Flashback #13

Big All-American #1

Yes

"The Million Dollar Apple" - thwarts gangsters after an emerald hidden in an apple

DC Rarities Archives #1

Comic Cavalcade #1

Yes

"Crime's Birthday Party" - captures Horseface when he starts a crime spree on the DA's birthday

Comic Cavalcade Archives #1

Comic Cavalcade #2

Yes

"The City on Wheels" - solves crimes and helps kid get a shot at boxing title

Comic Cavalcade Archives #1

Comic Cavalcade #3

Yes

"The Laws of Pumpkin Center" - captures "Eel" Madden in the hillbilly town of Pumpkin Center

Comic Cavalcade Archives #1

Comic Cavalcade #4

Yes

"Winky Turns Wrestler" - stops crooks trying to fix a wrestling match to win a bet


Comic Cavalcade #5

Yes

"The Plant has Challenged the World" - vs. Maldita Toxicohedron, an evil plant


Comic Cavalcade #6

Yes

"Topsy Turvy Town"- rescues from the effects of a "Impulse Liberator gas"


Comic Cavalcade #7

Yes

"The Man With the Notorious Nose" - Morton Schnozolla's accurate sense of smell runs him a afoul of crooks


Comic Cavalcade #8

Yes

"The Man Who Tilted Windmills" - Crooks torment Flash with "4th dimensional" forceps


Comic Cavalcade #9

Yes

"Tale of the Winged Horse" - The 3 dolts find a winged horse to convince the Liar's Club


Comic Cavalcade #10

Yes

(no title) - rescues the three nitwits from crooks in an elevator


Comic Cavalcade #11

Yes

"Shenanigans in Sherwood Forest" -travels into the past and visits Robin Hood


Comic Cavalcade #12

Yes

"Painting the Town" - captures bank robbers


Comic Cavalcade #13

Yes

"Story of the First Santa Claus" - Garrick travels back in time on Liar's Club bet


Comic Cavalcade #14

Yes

"The Fourth Dimensional House - captures crooks in a 4th-dimensional house


Comic Cavalcade #15

Yes

"Spend 'Til It Hurts" - helps nephew of airplane magnate spend $50,000 in a day


Comic Cavalcade #16

Yes

"Pound the Ivories, Pal" - captures pianist and band of crooks


Comic Cavalcade #17

Yes

"The Flying Tractor" - bails out the three nitwits on a farm retreat


Comic Cavalcade #18

Yes

"The Galloping Greenbacks" - bails out batty Uncle Josh


Comic Cavalcade #19

Yes

"The Race Through Time" - At the Annual Liar's Club Dinner, Flash recalls a tale through time in a time machine stolen by Tag Madden


Comic Cavalcade #20

Yes

"Turnabout is Foul Play" - captures Smoothy and Pascal


Comic Cavalcade #21

Yes

"The Making of a Reporter" - a newspaper mogul wants his son to be a reporter and the Flash helps by getting him a scoop


Comic Cavalcade #22

Yes

"Beware the Ice Age" - vs. the Thinker


Comic Cavalcade #23

Yes

"The Sleeping City" - vs. the Thinker


Comic Cavalcade #24

Yes

"The Slow Motion Crimes" - vs. The Turtle

The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told

Comic Cavalcade #25

Yes

"The Return of Kiua" - vs an ancient Mayan terror returned to life


Comic Cavalcade #26

Yes

"Crime Has Many Faces" - when he's accused of starting a forest fire, Flash carries the true careless source back in time to clear his own name


Comic Cavalcade #27

Yes

"The Trees of Terror" - defeats Corday, a scientist who infuses wood with the evil energy of criminals which can then provoke normal people to criminal acts when they touch it.


Comic Cavalcade #28

Yes

"The Flash Concerto" - vs. The Fiddler


Comic Cavalcade #29

Yes

"The Last Man Alive" - vs Star Sapphire


Flash #1

Yes

"The Fastest Man Alive" - Origin, 1st Appearance, I: Joan Williams (later Joan Garrick), I: Sieur Satan, vs. the Faultless Four

The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told, Famous First Editions #8, Secret Origins of the DC Super-Heroes, The Great Comics Book Heroes, Golden Age Flash Archives #1, Flash Comics #1 Millennium Edition, The Flash: A Celebration of 75 years, The Flash: 80 Years of the Fastest Man Alive

Flash #2

No

(no title)- captures "Lord" Donelin and Goll, a serial murderer of actresses, takes place in Manhattan

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #3

No

(no title) - clears the name of Major Williams, accused of aiding Axis powers by a crooked newspaper

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #4

No

(no title) - thwarts kidnappers trying to prevent changes in gambling laws

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #5

No

(no title) - vs. The Vandal, a crooked art collector and the Flash's first pseudonymed foe, takes place in New York

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #6

Yes

(no title) - vs. crooked admins at 'Western (Midwestern) University poisoning runners to benefit crooked gamblers

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #7

No

(no title) -  helps inventor with machine that dissolves metal from extortionist Black Mike, takes place in Duluth Minnesota

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #8

Yes

(no title) - vs. crooked contractors

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #9

No

(no title) - rescues a Canadian town from gangster who have kidnapped Professor Tyler and used his formula for creating giant gila monsters to cause chaos, likely takes place in Northern Quebec

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #10

Yes

(no title) - vs. Killer Kelly, a crook running roughshod of small town government

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #11

No

(no title) - defeats gang of kidnappers

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #12

Yes

(no title) - aides Kurtavian military in repelling invading Nural army

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #13

Yes

(no title) - stop crooks and accomplice sheriff from robbing silver mine

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #14

Yes

(no title) - vs. Donly, a crooked political boss sabotaging a tunnel project against a rival candidate for mayor

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #15

No

(no title) - helps save a circus

Flashback #36, Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #16

Yes

(no title) - catches bandits who kidnap Joan and flee to Mexico

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #17

No

(no title) -  poses as baseball player to help out team, begins to be more careful about separating Garrick and Flash identities.

Golden Age Flash Archives #1

Flash #18

Yes

(no title) - thwarts crooks trying to ruin Brenda Foster's restaurant business

Golden Age Flash Archives #2

Flash #19

No

(no title) - breaks up fraud racket run by Zilich

Golden Age Flash Archives #2

Flash #20

Yes

(no title) - helps family reclaim utility company

Golden Age Flash Archives #2

Flash #21

No

(no title) - vs Tuffy, a racketeer

Golden Age Flash Archives #2

Flash #22

Yes

(no title) - breaks up Dr. Vordyce's disguise as Kong of the Chinatown racket

Golden Age Flash Archives #2

Flash #23

No

(no title) - prevents Leffingwall Funk from defrauding Jim Sewell

Golden Age Flash Archives #2

Flash #24

Yes

(no title) - travels into space and battles the Spider-Men from Mars

Golden Age Flash Archives #2

Flash #25

No

"Defense Coordination Secretary and Racket Buster" - Joan Williams kidnapped by Racketeers


Flash #26

Yes

(no title) - vs. Herman Bunch, rescues heir


Flash #27

No

(no title) - "Slit" Duggan, a local gangster becomes so popular that kids begin to imitate him until the Flash shames him into reform


Flash #28

Yes

(no title)  - when Jay and Joan visit Hollywood, a crooked producer trues to bamboozle the Flash


Flash #29

No

"The Man Who Harnessed the Sun" - vs. Nicholas Garg, a criminal scientist


Flash #30

Yes

"Adventure of the Curiosity Ray" - vs. a scientist that invents a ray that causes compulsive curiosity


Flash #31

No

(no title), breaks up racketeers operating out of a department store


Flash #32

Yes

"Adventure of the Fictious Villains" - Al Peckabit uses a typewriter that brings to life his textual description of characters to commit crimes.


Flash #33

No

"The Man Who Commanded the Night" - I:The Shade, vs. The Shade


Flash #34

Yes

"The Robbers of the Round Table"-  vs. crooks dressed as knights in armor


Flash #35

No

"The Adventure of the Stolen Trains"-  vs. The Claw, a megalomaniac


Flash #36

Yes

"The Mystery of the Doll that Walked like a Man" - I:The Rag Doll, vs the Rag Doll


Flash #37

No

"Crime Goes Crazy" - foils crooks operating out of an asylum


Flash #38

Yes

"College of Criminal Knowledge" - captures felon running a school for crooks


Flash #39

No

"Play of the Year" - captures crooks bamboozling playhouse


Flash #40

Yes

"The Man Who Could Read Men's Souls" - John Bonham develops telepathic powers as a youth and resorts to crime, captured when the Flash places him in front of a mirror


Flash #41

No

"The Fear Fighters" - helps Monty Eck find courage


Flash #42

Yes

(no title) - reforms Tough Tony


Flash #43

No

"The Mammoth Man" - a college student falls in with crooks while disguised as a Frankenstein's Monster


Flash #44

Yes

"The Liars Club" - I: The Liars Club, a society dedicated to spinning yarns


Flash #45

No

(no title) - I:Midget Joe, vs. Midget Joe


Flash #46

Yes

"Kill 'Em With Kindness" - The Three Nitwits start trouble when the get appointed to the parole board


Flash #47

No

"Seeing is Believing" - foils "Pipe" Ricketts, a crook who takes advantage of people's poor observational skills


Flash #48

Yes

"The Man Nobody Saw" -captures criminals bothering Bill Botts


Flash #49

No

"The Flashlight That Never Failed" - vs. Bucktoothed Sam Williams using a scientifically advanced device disguised as a flashlight


Flash #50

Yes

(no title) - helps 3 people find happiness


Flash #51

No

"The Saga of Sven Scarface" - Flash must deal with a thawed out Viking


Flash #52

Yes

"The Case of the Machine that Thinks like a Man" - encounters early version of computer


Flash #53

No

"The Peddler's Pipedream" - vs.  The Alchemist, a suit and tie criminal using advanced science to commit crimes


Flash #54

Yes

"The Mysterious Bottle from the Sea" - vs. Snapper


Flash #55

No

"The Man With the Television Eye" - vs. gourmet gangster Barnum Hicks


Flash #56

Yes

"The Sap of the Sterdisnats Tree" - helps retrieve new quinine substitute to fight Malaria


Flash #57

No

"Little Spoiled Scion of Society" - rounds up crooks and reforms spoiled brat


Flash #58

Yes

"Merman meets the Flash" - A strange baby from an aquatic race is raised on land and becomes a criminal


Flash #59

No

"The Secret of the Great Stone Face" - rounds up crooks fleecing an indian tribe


Flash #60

Yes

"The Master of the Winds" - vs the Wind-Master


Flash #61

No

"The Magic of Ultra-Speed" - vs. Midget Joe, who is scamming an orphanage


Flash #62

Yes

"High Jinks on the Rinks" - vs gangster with Winky, Blinky and Nod


Flash #63

No

"The Horrors a la Creep" - uncovers an effort by a scream queen's boyfriend to bring her home for marriage


Flash #64

Yes

"The Fire Bandits" -When a scientist's invention starts a series of fires, crooks take advantage of the situation


Flash #65

No

"The Adventure of the Thinking Cap" - Hartford Jackson invents a cap that grants great mental powers which is stolen by gangster Tricky O'Reilly and recovered by the Flash


Flash #66

Yes

"The Flash and the Black Widow" - vs. The Black Widow

The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told

Flash #67

No

"The Man Who Saw Ahead" - Artemus Snark develops temporary clairvoyance and becomes the target of criminals


Flash #68

Yes

"The Radio that Ran Wild"  - A 4th dimensional radio helps Buster Quinn elude the Flash on a crime spree


Flash #69

Yes

"Adventure of the Violent Violin" - crooks obtain violin that causes destruction when played


Flash #70

No

"An Ocean of Gold" - captures "Spots" Gordon


Flash #71

No

"Never the Twain Shall Meet" - Breaks up a gambling network in Keystone City


Flash #72

Yes

"Wizard of Waxworks" - thwarts criminals hiding real jewels among the fakes on waxwork dummies


Flash #73

No

"The Flying Submarine" -goes to Mars


Flash #74

Yes

"Jewels and Fools" - captures Carl Wendt, jewelry thief


Flash #75

No

"The Singing Robot" - The nitwits invent a singing robot


Flash #76

No

"The City That Couldn't Stop Laughing" - When Jay tries to make a machine to help constant worrier Ebenezar Jones, he ends up giving everyone an overdose of mirth


Flash #77

No

"Feet First" - vs. The Jumper, attends symposium on time travel, refers to JSA stories


Flash #78

Yes

"Haunted Halloween" - vs. the Brain


Flash #79

No

"Evil over Eelton" - vs. Eel Madden, who sets up a city based on crime until Flash clears it out.


Flash #80

Yes

"The Story of the Boy Genius" - befriends an handicapped kid who helps him solve crimes


Flash #81

No

"The Flash Plays Football" - thwarts crooks trying to fix a football game


Flash #82

Yes

"Who is Walter Jordan?" - Criminals tricks Joan's amnesiac cousin Edgar into thinking his embezzler Walter Jordan


Flash #83

No

"Twelve Jurors on Trial" - vs a innocent is man is sent to the chair, driving a juror mad and leading him to slay his fellow jurors


Flash #84

Yes

"The Changeling" - vs. Eddie Razar, a criminal who develops shape-changing powers


Flash #85

No

"Impresario of Crime" - thwarts criminal seeking revenge on theatre


Flash #86

Yes

"Stone Age Menace" - Robot T-Rex

The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told

Flash #87

No

"The Phantom Bell of the Bayou" -criminals kill brothers to bilk sister


Flash #88

Yes

"Case of the Vanished Year" - vs. Professor Garrant, a scientist who invents a "disintegrator ray" that sends things into the past


Flash #89

Yes

"Introducing the Thorn, the Flash's Newest Opponent" - I:The Thorn, vs. the Thorn

The Flash: 80 Years of the Fastest Man Alive

Flash #90

Yes

"Nine Empty Uniforms" -helps improve woman-owners baseball team

80-Page Giant #4

Flash #91

No

"Crimes by Horoscope" - vs. Madame Corinne and Big Pete, criminals fleecing people with astrology


Flash #92

Yes

"The Timeless City" - vs. The Black Templars


Flash #93

Yes

"The Violin of Villainy" - vs the Fiddler


Flash #94

No

"Images of Doom" -  vs. a criminal scientist who duplicates projection technology from the Secret City (from All-Flash #31)

Flash #232

Flash #95

Yes

"The Golden Flash"- captures crooks after a device that turns things to gold


Flash #96

No

"The Flash and the Thornstalk" - vs the Thorn

The Flash: 80 Years of the Fastest Man Alive

Flash #97

Yes

"The Dream that Didn't Vanish" - Joan's high school chum is kidnapped but is able to contact Joan by ESP during a dream, leading to her rescue by the Flash


Flash #98

No

"Mystery of the Million Dollars" - A rich man mistakes Jay for a beggar and gives him 12 hours to spend $1 million


Flash #99

Yes

"Star Prize of the Year", defeats crooks who offer a prize for rubbing out the Flash 


Flash #100

No

"The Vanishing Treasure Ship" - breaks up an attempt by newscasters at Blazo Newsreels to heist the treasure of a sunken ship


Flash #101

Yes

"Flash Speeds 1000 Years into the Future" - Flash resolves political turmoil in the future


Flash #102

No

"Barrels of Crime" - vs. the Turtle


Flash #103

Yes

"The Sword of Time" - thwarts criminal radio broadcaster sending out codes to co-ordinate crimes


Flash #104

No

"The Rival Flash" - vs The Rival, origin re-told with new details

Flash #211, The Flash Archives #1, The Flash: A Celebration of 75 years

Flash Wheaties Giveaway 1946

Yes

"The Criminal From Tomorrow" - vs. Dmane, a criminal exiled to the 1940's from the future